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Commissioners OK $275,000 as reload facility seed money

Linn County has committed $275,000 to the Albany-Millersburg Economic Development Corporation to be used as seed money to purchase the former International Paper plant in Millersburg. 59 more words

Albany Democrat Herald

Driver's Windshield Shattered After Being Hit by Water Bottle Thrown From Another Vehicle

MARION, Iowa  —  An eastern Iowa woman was shaken up after a water bottle smashed into her car window.

“I immediately honked my horn because I thought, ‘what are these guys doing?’ I was honking my horn and that’s when it shattered on my windshield. 183 more words

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Judge withdraws decision; county lawsuit can move on

A judge has withdrawn an earlier opinion that appeared to jeopardize a lawsuit filed by Linn County and other governmental units over the management of state forest trust lands. 49 more words

Albany Democrat Herald

Split Decision in Counties’ Challenge to Oregon Sick Leave Law

Three of the nine counties that sued to be relieved from complying with the Oregon Sick Leave law– Linn, Douglas and Yamhill – have prevailed in their challenge. 206 more words

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Linn County joins growing coalition still committed to Paris Climate Accord

Jenna Ladd | July 18, 2017

The Linn County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Monday to remain committed to the Paris Climate Accord, despite President Trump’s withdrawal at the federal level. 217 more words

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Five Possible Double Voting Cases in Linn County

LINN COUNTY, Iowa  —  Five cases of possible double voting during the presidential election have been discovered in Linn County.

All of the cases involved suspects voting in Iowa and another state. 43 more words

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